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Silence


Published 1998


11-minute animated documentary film about a little girl holocaust survivor and her learned and self-imposed silences.
contact - orly@yadinproductions.com
A DVD with many extras is available - storyboards, early scripts, animators' statements, Tana's recorded statement, articles on animation and documentary and much more. An essential tool for teachers and students of animation, documentary film and history.


Run time 10mins35secs
Producer Orly Yadin & Sylvie Bringas
Audio/Visual sound, color
Language English
Contact Information Sales on any tape format and DVD - orly@yadinproductions.com A DVD with many extras is available - storyboards, early scripts, animators' statements, Tana's recorded statement, articles on animation and documentary and much more. An essential tool for teachers and students of animation, documentary film and history.

Credits

Producers: Orly Yadin & Sylvie Bringas
Produced and written in collaboration with Tana Ross
Directors: Sylvie Bringas & Orly Yadin
Based on and adapted from "Through the Silence" by Noa Ain and Tana Ross
Colour scenes Director of Animation: Tim Webb
Black and White scenes Animator: Ruth Lingford
Original Music: Noa Ain
Editor: Tony Fish
Co-Producer in Sweden: Rock Film

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Reviewer: orly yadin - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - August 9, 2009
Subject: instant classic
"...Next up is Silence, an instant classic from Sylvie Bringas and Orly Yadin. It's an animated tale of the Holocaust that artfully employs different styles (edgy, monochromatic scratchboard for life in the camps, throbbing watercolors for life in postwar Sweden) along with some supremely effective narration by Tana Ross. The film gives us a quietly horrifying, kid's-eye view of the camps without once lapsing into preachiness or heavy-handedness. It's a winner on all counts.
Greg Stacey, OC WEEKLY, July 13, 2000
Reviewer: orlyyadin - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - December 27, 2008
Subject: Holocaust documentary
"[...] Silence, despite being only 11 minutes long, is arguably the most effective of all Holocaust documentaries."
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